Brisa Roché has a new album on release. It is called "All Right Now".
I was blown away by this album. Just amazing.
Her voice contains years of pain and discovery, which is awesome for someone so young.
It's great to live life to the full.
I'm gonna let Brisa tell you about herself, and I urge you to follow the link and get the rest of the story.
After you've watched the videos of course.
.. .. Raised in Northern California without electricity, Brisa Roché surfed the waves made by an artist mother and adventurer father, before leaving home with her guitar at 16 to spend the glory days of Grunge in Seattle. There she traded her acoustic for an electric and began roughening up her voice of young Joni Mitchell, inspired by the release of PJ Harvey's "Dry". Various Emo-Pop projects later, a year in Europe, collaborations and compositions, more searching for a voice less pure and more representative of her experience....... The death of her father inspired Brisa to turn towards the masculine night-life world of jazz. She moved to Paris and plunged into the role of bandleader and frontwoman, improvising over obscure standards 5 nights a week in the stone "caves" of St. Germain, cutting her teeth and learning to command the stage, choosing to put the vulnerablity of her own songwriting aside, in favor of the intense universal emotion and vocal freedom she discovered through jazz. However, once discovered by Blue Note and signed to EMI in 2004, Brisa released a critically aclaimed first record of spacey, cinematic pop "The Chase", ready once again to confront music through songs written by her own hand..... [Brisa Roché]
First up track three:
"Sweat King", extract from her album "All Right Now" (Discograph 2010).
Directed by Johann Bertelli / Executive Production: La Tebwa
Hard as love
And finally today a live version of track fourteen.
C'est dans un petit bar du 11e arrondissement de Paris que la jolie Brisa nous a interprété "Mile Stride" extrait de son nouvel album "All Right Now". Juste envoûtant, écoutez plutôt.